FCBD® Style Intermediate: Part Three - Reach and Sit and Chorus Concepts
Recorded Live in the FCBD® Studio with Carolena
Welcome to part three of the twelve-part FatChanceBellyDance® Style Level 2 (Intermediate) classes with FCBD®Style founder, Carolena Nericcio! Remember to keep practicing your Level 1 Fundamentals while you add complexity to the steps in Intermediate Level 2.
In part three you will learn about how to dance in a Chorus. The Chorus is the group of dancers who support the featured dancers in movement, energy and attention. You will also learn the fast movement, Reach and Sit. We will review prior parts and drill, as always.
Since filming this class, the Reach and Sit has since been moved to Level One (plus). This is why you will also find the Reach and Sit Class in our Level One Program.
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Carolena Nericcio is the creator of FatChanceBellyDance® Style.
In 1974, Carolena began dancing with Masha Archer and the San Francisco Classic Dance Troupe. Masha’s style was an eclectic blend of classic Egyptian, Folkloric, and any other influence that she found enticing. In 1987, after the SF Classic Dance Troupe disbanded, Carolena began teaching in a small studio in the Noe Valley Ministry. Her only goal was to teach people to dance so she could have dance partners.
Being young and tattooed, Carolena attracted other young people living alternative lifestyles. The Modern Primitives movement was also underway. Tattoos and primitive styles of body adornment were the vogue. Carolena and her students performed at tattoo shows and conventions and became well known in the City by the Bay.
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